He must score… 1 It looks impossible to miss, but Giorgi Merebashvili proves it’s not.The Wisla Plock man was guilty of missing this sitter in the 2-1 loss to Gornik Leczna in the Polish top division (Ekstraklasa), which came after some hard work to set himself up.
Wheat and then start pocket parenting positioning precise electricity supplier has been angel invest
DoNews May 21st news (reporter An Hong) after the former general manager of Baidu entrepreneurial social network division of wheat, with a "pocket childcare" mobile APP products into the market again, the company also officially changed its name to Beijing in Interactive Network Technology Co. ltd..
the afternoon of May 20th, in a DTV interview, said in the mobile Internet era, can seize the real user through APP, and "pocket parenting" to do in the future, is based on the B2C platform of precision large electricity supplier data capture and analysis of user behavior.
positioning: accurate vertical electronic business platform
The vertical class electricity supplier
in China as the representative of the red child, in a short period of time has experienced rapid development, but suffered a transformation of the storm, equity disputes, this crop believes that the overall trend of the development of red child can not represent the vertical electricity supplier, the segments of the development space and the potential is great. "You can see at the present stage, the field does not exist in maternal market segments electronic business platform independent, Jingdong, Tmall business platform also will only show the channel form, this is a good opportunity for entrepreneurs."
and PC era simple traffic capture different mobile Internet through APP can catch a real user, catcher said, pocket childcare to do in the future, it is platform B2C accurate large electricity supplier data capture and analysis of user behavior based on. However, as a mobile APP has been on the line for two years, the promotion of pocket parenting seems too low-key. Wheat field said, APP development costs are high, and the cost of promotion is about ten times higher than the development needs a lot of capital investment.
funding has become a bottleneck in the development of pocket parenting. The company admitted that in 2013 experienced the financing difficulties, the team was forced to personnel big shake". Earlier this year, pocket parenting to get angel investment, the current round of financing is also underway in A. With the product positioning gradually clear, wheat is expected, the amount of user products and brand awareness in this year will be significantly improved, the pace of development will accelerate.
methodology: using data-driven thinking to drive market
and other similar Raiders website flagship BBS mode is different, the 2 era of UGC model more attention to the user’s contribution to the content and sharing. This is also a big core of pocket parenting in this year’s product adjustment.
wheat field, pocket parenting version 1 will be formally launched on June 1st, divided into Raiders and quiz channel two. Among them, the user strategy channel in the process of food and clothing and other daily parenting behavior data, and in the light of the related products on the user’s precise push. The Q & a channel is mainly dependent on the inheritance of parenting experience, the user plays an important role in community communication. < >
The Pokémon Go craze is in the news practically every day. It is almost impossible to go anywhere without spying someone walking around trying to catch Mewtoo, Dragonite, Psyduck or one of the other creatures in the game. As I observe this behavior and how quickly it caught on it made me wonder if there is a lesson in this for motivating employees.Gamification is the trendPokémon Go, while a currently popular game, is not the trend. It is one more indication however, that gamification is the trend. Gamification has been around for quite a while. Who has not played games? Its popularity however has expanded greatly with the use of mobile devices. Companies try to influence consumer behavior by the use of games. McDonald’s use of games would often drive consumers to their stores with the promise of big prizes. Currently FourSquare uses gamification, as does Starbucks in order to reward frequent shoppers who participate. All of us can think of consumer oriented companies that may use some sort of gamification to drive business there way. However, it becomes harder to find companies that use gamification to increase employee participation. Marcus Buckingham is working of gamification use in management, as I wrote here, and I did a podcast with Mike Tinney about the use of gamification in wellness programs. However, I don’t find a lot of examples for the use of gamification in the day-to-day business of most companies. Why?Why?If gamification can drive people to walk around looking for imaginary creatures and drive people to pick a particular restaurant to have their lunch why wouldn’t it, why shouldn’t it, be a powerful tool to drive employee behavior on the job? I think it would be, but there are steps to follow in instituting gamification and increasing challenges as you use it. This may be the roadblock! First we have to decide what behavior we want to change. Then we have to create the game that drives it. Then we have to get employees and managers to use it. Plus we have to get over the roadblocks that may be thrown in our way from the government in the use of the game. But if a game can drive the kind of behavior we see in Pokémon Go wouldn’t it be worth it?The Gamification SpectrumI came across an excellent paper written by Dr. Michael Wu that was published by Lithium. In this whitepaper Dr. Wu talks about the Gamification Spectrum and the nine patterns that builders and users of gamification need to be aware of in it use. These include:1. Gamified behavior- do you want a single action from a single user or multiple actions from multiple players2. Underlying metrics- you have to be able to track player behavior and that becomes increasingly difficult and complicated3. Susceptibility to cheating- Easy actions make it easy to “game” the system. I have a friend who games FourSquare by checking into a location that he just happens to be driving by rather than actually visiting. He is atop the leaderboard every week.4. Ideal visibility and scope of feedback- This deals with badges and the time they are visible. Newer players may get discouraged with long standing, yet easily earned badges.5. Value of rewards- Do you want to reward simple behavior by a single player or the behavior of a team?6. Sustainability- You have to have something that stands the test of time in order for it to be effective.7. Implementation- Do you want simple badges or will you require custom tools?8. Extinction period- this is tied into sustainability9. Engaged population- The more difficult the game the smaller the number of dedicated players.Dr. Wu says that you need to have a three step strategy that include:1. Step one- Identify the effective timescale of your desired behavior2. Step two- Find a gamification tool with a feedback timescale ≈ your effective timescale3. Step three- Build a level-up ladder by filling in the gaps with tools that have successively longer feedback timescale along the gamification spectrum. Always start with immediate feedback (e.g., points) to achieve scale Fill all gaps (so the ladder is easy to climb) in order to maintain the scale as your players level up to the final rung of the ladder (i.e., the tool with feedback)Obviously I cannot do justice to Dr. Wu’s explanation, so I suggest you read this whitepaper to more completely understand his explanation.OpportunityI do believe that there is a tremendous opportunity for the use of gamification in human resources. It will take a coordinated effort between HR, game designers and probably some of the bigger software systems but I believe it may be worth the effort.Who is willing to give it a try? Originally posted on Omega HR Solutions Blog.
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